Rohit Sharma injury update: In a giant aid for Team India, skipper Virat Kohli confirmed opener Rohit Sharma didn’t do any severe harm to his left shoulder whereas fielding throughout the 2nd India vs Australia ODI at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot on Friday. The complete stadium went silent when Rohit injured his left shoulder after falling awkwardly in an try to save lots of a boundary in the 43rd over of Australia’s chase.
Rohit, operating from sweeper cowl made a tumbling effort and was in seen writhing in ache. Rohit even didn’t throw the ball again in play. He then walked out with the physio Nitin Patel and was changed by Kedar Jadhav in the subject.
Later, in the put up-match presentation, Kohli stated Rohit fell on his dislocated left shoulder whereas diving but there’s no indication of it being a protracted-time period injury.
“I asked Rohit briefly just now,” Kohli stated in the put up-match presentation ceremony. “It’s that left shoulder which has popped out a few times. There’s no tear, nothing serious there. So hopefully he gets back for the next game.”
While a crew spokesperson stated Rohit is being assessed by the crew physiotherapist and the last name can solely be taken forward of the third ODI in Sunday at Bengaluru.
There being solely a day’s hole between the 2nd ODI and the sequence-deciding third ODI at Bengaluru, is certain to maintain the administration on their toes. Rohit just isn’t the solely injury concern India have going into Sunday’s sport. Rohit’s opening companion Shikhar Dhawan too was hit on his rib-cage in 10th over of the Indian innings by a Pat Cummins supply. Dhawan didn’t take subject all by Australia’s chase but a crew spokesperson insisted that the left-hander “looks fine”.
India made a roaring comeback on Friday by beating Australia by 36 runs in the should-win match at Rajkot. Batting first, the hosts put on 340 for six driving on Dhawan’s 96, KL Rahul’s attacking 80 off 52 balls and Virat Kohli’s 78. In reply, Australia misplaced wickets in a heap to Kuldeep Yadav and Mohammed Shami in the center and have been bowled out for 304 in 49.1 overs. Kuldeep’s last figures have been 2 for 65 whereas Shami picked up three for 77 ably supported by Navdeep Saini (2/62). Jasprit Bumrah was the most economical bowler of the day, returning with figures of 1 for 32 in his 9.1 overs.